The Canadian Press

2013-03-03 | ENT Cdn Screen Awards

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The African child soldier drama "Rebelle" dominated the film categories at the inaugural Canadian Screen Awards, which combined the previous Gemini and Genie Awards into one joint TV and film celebration. It won 10 trophies, including wins for best film, best director, best screenplay and best actress for its teenage star, Rachel Mwanza. Writer-director Kim Nguyen (noo-YEN') was blown away by the accolades. (Perennial TV favorite "Flashpoint" took the top prizes in the TV race, including best drama and best dramatic actor for star Enrico Colantoni. "Less Than Kind" won best TV comedy.)

Date: 2013-03-03
Placeline: TORONTO, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I'm completely aware that this film is a challenge for the audiences and that you know that the subject is so tough that not everybody wanted to go see this film and yet it was sort of feels like this wave that took longer to to reach the shore because you know all through this year the film kind of game momentum >>